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Kai F Chiu, David T Evans, Antonius F Rietvelt, Greg A Wendt: Apparatus for making soft tissue products. Lindsay Wire, Henry H Skillman, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, July 4, 1995: US05429686 (252 worldwide citation)

A throughdrying fabric for the drying section of a papermaking machine is disclosed in several embodiments. In each embodiment, the fabric has a load-bearing layer and a sculpture layer. The sculpture layer is characterized by impression MD knuckles, in the present instance formed as warp knuckles f ...


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Kai F Chiu: Multi-ply papermaking fabric with binder warps. Lindsay Wire, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, June 15, 1993: US05219004 (120 worldwide citation)

A multi-ply forming fabric is provided for use at the wet end of a paper-making machine for receiving wet pulp having a substantial portion of recycled paper fibers. The forming fabric cannot be characterized as either a conventional double-layer or triple-layer fabric. The fabric has an independent ...


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Kai F Chiu: Multi-ply papermaking fabric with ovate binder yarns. Lindsay Wire, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, January 10, 1995: US05379808 (80 worldwide citation)

A multi-ply forming fabric for use at the wet end of a papermaking machine for receiving wet pup having a substantial portion of recycled paper fibers. The forming fabric cannot be characterized as either a conventional double-layer or triple-layer fabric. The fabric has an independent top ply compr ...


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Kunsman Laurence D: Papermaking fabric seam and method of making the same. The Lindsay Wire Weaving Company, November 23, 1971: US3622415 (27 worldwide citation)

A Fourdrinier papermaking belt having porous fabric comprising warp and weft strands and having a porous seam of polymeric filaments and a method of making such seam by interconnecting the end portions of the fabric together to form an endless belt. The method including cutting the warps back into c ...


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Pao Chi Wang: Process for removal of pitch-containing water and method of coating belts for paper machine. The Lindsay Wire Weaving Company, Alfred D Lobo, March 8, 1983: US04376013 (7 worldwide citation)

This invention describes a method of treating papermakers' forming and press belts made from polyethylene terephthalate mono or multifilament yarns so that the belts substantially resist the deposition of pitch on the belt yarns while in use in a papermaking machine environment. Pitch-contaminated w ...


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Chiu Kai F, Evans David T, Rietvelt Antonius F, Wendt Greg A: Apparatus for making soft tissue products. Lindsay Wire, May 1, 1996: EP0708857-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

A throughdrying fabric for the drying section of a papermaking machine is disclosed in several embodiments. In each embodiment, the fabric has a load-bearing layer and a sculpture layer. The sculpture layer is characterized by impression MD knuckles, in the present instance formed as warp knuckles f ...


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Hill Jr Vernon J, Southam Earl A, McDowell John R: Seam for woven paper making fabrics. The Lindsay Wire Weaving Company, Teare Teare & Sammon, January 8, 1974: US3784133 (3 worldwide citation)

A seam for joining opposite ends of a woven fabric to form a loop or belt suitable for various uses in connection with paper making machines. The seam is formed by using weft strands from the woven fabric for seam wefts. Weft strands on each end of the woven fabric are removed to leave warp pickets ...


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Chiu Kai F: Multi-ply papermaking fabric.. Lindsay Wire, January 26, 1994: EP0579818-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A multi-ply forming fabric is provided for use at the wet end of a paper-making machine for receiving wet pulp having a substantial portion of recycled paper fibers. The forming fabric cannot be characterized as either a conventional double-layer or triple-layer fabric. The fabric has an independent ...


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Wire and wire belts used in paper making machines and methods of making the same. Lindsay Wire Weaving Company, January 3, 1970: GB1038105-A (1 worldwide citation)

Wire used for making a woven belt for a Fourdrinier paper making machine may comprise one of the following compositions, by weight- .Tin.7.2%-8.0% .Phosphorus.0.25%-0.35% .Iron, if present.0.05% max .Copper.Balance .Zinc.14.0%-16.0% .Lead, if present.0.05% max .Iron & Nickel, if present.0.05% max .C ...


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